This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 N Ireland on Tuesday, July 24 2018

06:00Flog It! Trade Secrets Best of British Antiques series. The Flog It! team explores the best of British antiques and presenter Paul Martin takes a look at the history of Moseley Old Hall. [S] 
06:30Bargain Hunt 15/32. Wetherby: Charlie Ross presents from the Wetherby Racecourse in Yorkshire, where experts Richard Madley and Jonathan Pratt are on hand to help the teams track down the bargains. [AD,S] 
07:15Heir Hunters with Michael Buerk 16/20. A tip-off about an empty house prompts a search for Elizabeth Dean's heirs. Michael Buerk and the team reveal a colonial link to slavery in Henry Arthur Coke's case. [AD,S] 
08:00How the NHS Changed Our World Moorfields Eye Hospital Dr Oscar Duke looks at how Moorfields Eye Hospital has transformed eye care and saved the sight of millions of patients since the start of the NHS. [AD,S,SL] 
08:30Caught Red Handed Dom Littlewood reveals how the police are using technology to catch criminals. A shop owner risks her life to save a colleague when the store is raided by a robber wielding an axe. [AD,S,SL] 
09:00Victoria Derbyshire The BBC's daily news and current affairs programme with original stories, exclusive interviews, audience debate and breaking news. [S] 
11:00BBC Newsroom Live Stay up to date on the day's top stories, with the latest breaking news as it happens. [S] 
12:00Daily Politics Jo Coburn presents the latest political news, interviews and debate. [S] 
13:00The Super League Show Highlights from the Super League. Wigan v St Helens, Leeds v Widnes, Castleford v Huddersfield, Hull KR v Warrington, Catalans v Salford Red Devils and Wakefield v Hull FC. [S] 
13:45Getting the Builders In 11/15. Three teams of builders compete to win jobs. On offer is a bathroom reconfiguration in Redhill, Surrey, and a dilapidated hallway in Bury, Greater Manchester. [S] 
14:30For What It's Worth 16/23. Antiques quiz show hosted by Fern Britton. Antiques expert Charlie Ross assists Fern as the three teams compete for the prize. [S] 
15:15Nature's Weirdest Events 2/2. Chris Packham examines some of the weirdest natural events on the planet, including the mysterious death of thousands of seabirds on America's west coast. [AD,S] 
16:15Madagascar 2/3. Lost Worlds: Series exploring Madagascar and its unique wildlife. David Attenborough looks at the island's eastern coast, home to cyanide-eating lemurs and leaf-tailed geckos. [AD,S] 
17:15Antiques Road Trip 12/20. Antiques experts travel across the country, competing to make a profit at auction. Paul has high hopes for an Islamic pot, while Margie secures a good deal on a Hornby train set. [S] 
18:00Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on what is probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quizzers. [S] 
18:30Great British Railway Journeys 17/20. Swansea to Hereford: Michael Portillo continues his journey from Pembroke Dock to Cambridge. En route, he learns about the Victorian signalling system still in place today. [AD,S] 
19:00Back in Time for Tea 5/6. The Ellis family experience the chintz of the 80s and the swagger of the 90s. From burgers to BMX bikes, this era is one filled with change, chance and character. [AD,S] 
20:00Inside the Factory Toilet Roll Documentary series. Gregg Wallace explores the factory that makes 700,000 toilet rolls a day and Cherry Healey gets the bum deal of following a flush through the sewers. [AD,S] 
21:00The Five Billion Pound Super Sewer 2/3. Following workers across London over three years as they race to build an enormous supersewer on time and on budget. In this second episode, construction begins in the heart of London. [AD,S] 
22:00Hame 2/6. Ulster-Scots series. This episode sees presenters Mark Thompson and Ruth Sanderson exploring the legacy of the Ulster-Scots in east Donegal, where they visit the historic town of Raphoe. [S] 
22:30Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Mark Urban. [S] Followed by weather. 
23:15No More Boys and Girls: Can Our... ...Kids Go Gender Free? 1/2. Dr Javid Abelmoneim takes over a Year 3 class to see if, after a term of gender-neutral treatment, he can even out the gaps in boys' and girls' achievements. [AD,S] 
00:15Animals Behaving Badly 1/3. The Mating Game: Liz Bonnin meets the animals using outlandish means to find a mate and raise a family, from feisty mongooses to swaggering peacocks. [AD,S,SL] 
01:15The Great Game: Iran v USA Documentary. 20 years ago, Iran and the USA competed in one of the most politically charged football matches. The players, coaches, officials and the referee tell their stories. [S,SL] 
02:15This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S] 
06:00Flog It! Trade Secrets Eastern - Part 2: Antiques series. Works of art and design from Japan and China are the subject of the show, while Paul Martin tries his hand at Japanese Taiko drumming. [S]